University of Southern Indiana
  • SWI-AHEC

  • Summer Fit
    subheading titleSummer Fit Camp

    The 2017 Summer Fit Camp is in collaboration with Memorial Learning Center introduced elementary age children to kid-friendly activities about various health careers.

  • Go Viral (1)
    subheading titleGo Viral

    SWI-AHEC partners with the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center for the Go Viral camp, where students learn to be "disease detectives." Learn more ...

  • Health Careers Exploration
    subheading titleHealth Careers Exploration

    Learn about summer programs that connect students to careers.

  • Community Care Connection
    subheading titleCommunity Care Connection

    44News is partnering with SWI-AHEC and CAPE Minority Health Initiative to discuss current healthcare topics. Watch the Community Care Connection TV segments.

  • CNA Program
    subheading titleCNA Program

    SWI-AHEC partnered with the Southwestern Indiana Health Services Academy to develop a Certified Nursing Assistant Program. Learn more about the CNA Program.

Southwest Indiana Area Health Education Center

News and Announcements:

Health Careers Exploration Program cancelled

Health Careers Exploration logo

The SWI-AHEC Health Careers Exploration Program for high school students is being cancelled for 2018. Due to scheduling conflicts and construction in the Health Professions Center at the University of Southern Indiana, the program will not be offered July 23, 24 & 25, as previously advertised.

We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. Please contact us at swi.ahec@usi.edu with any questions. As always, you can follow us on Facebook for updates on future programs and events.

Thank you for your support of SWI-AHEC!


AHEC Scholars

The AHEC Scholars program is designed to give health professions students a deeper understanding of rural and urban healthcare, caring for underserved populations, and the importance of practice transformation in a clinical care setting. Timing of the team-based community experiences will be dependent upon the selected cohort’s availability.

Eligibility: Students in the final two years of an accredited health professions program, including two-year degree programs, are eligible to apply to be an AHEC Scholar. Eligible programs include (not an exhaustive list) medicine, nursing, physician assistant, public health, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dental, dental hygiene, and other allied health programs.

Program Details:

  • Begins September 10, 2018 and continues for two academic years
  • Includes 40 hours of didactic content (online/asynchronous)
  • Provides 40 hours of community-based, experiential learning with team members
  • Pays a $750/year stipend to participants meeting requirements each year

Learn more


AHEC Legislative Breakfast

 
AHEC Connects Youth to Careers

 


 

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